Shetland Amenity Trust, the organisers of the annual Shetland Boat Week, has announced that the Far Haaf will make a special appearance at this year’s event next month.
A Shetland hotel says it will no longer take in birthday or party buses following the behaviour of revellers on so-called “party buses”.
A sculpture depicting a famous Shetland ghost is to be erected alongside a loch on the remote island of Unst as a tourist attraction.
A crofter on Fair Isle and the community’s nurse have come up with a novel way of helping a young lamb get back to full strength following a debilitating illness - homemade "bionic" legs.
A Shetland ambulance technician has launched a campaign to encourage more people to learn about basic life support training such as CPR - with her well-known dogs the star of the show.
The museum store at Staney Hill has provided space since 1998 for thousands of artefacts and items that are not on display in Shetland.
A teenager had his case continued without plea after appearing at Lerwick Sheriff Court accused of a string of offences including damaging vehicles at a town-centre work site and possessing a knife in a public place.
Shetland Islands Council is relaunching its sportswear drop box scheme for a third year.
David Gange admits he was often terrified during an epic 12 month Atlantic trip in a kayak.
A man who lost his temper and refused to take his car off a ferry between Fetlar and Unst has been fined £450 at Lerwick Sheriff Court.
Householders across the north are being told to be “on guard” and reject cold-calling home energy traders on the doorstep.
Adrian Duncan is an enthusiastic amateur historian and the author of a new book “Shetland and the Greenland Whaling”, which will be published in August.
Folk musician Aly Bain has postponed a number of his upcoming performances while he recovers from a triple heart bypass.
Tavish Scott yesterday triggered a by-election in Shetland as he resigned as an MSP to take up a high-profile role with Scottish Rugby.
An offshore oil worker has been airlifted to hospital in Norway after falling ill aboard a platform in the North Sea.
Scots have travelled all over the world and made their mark throughout the Commonwealth.
The team behind the proposed spaceport in Unst is finalising an outline planning application for both launch and ground facilities as the project progresses.
Three skinny dippers sparked a major rescue alert off Shetland.
Concerns have been raised after people were seen on a webcam apparently interfering with puffin burrows at Sumburgh Head late on Monday night.
An unwell crewman on a North Sea oil platform was airlifted to Lerwick by a coastguard helicopter after taking unwell.
A man who attempted to strike another man with a kitchen knife in a “vicious and frenzied” attack - cutting holes in his jacket in the process - has been sent to prison for nearly two years.
A flotilla of historic fishing boats sailed into Shetland as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the Faroese flag.
A sailing boat was rescued 90-miles north east of Shetland in the early hours of this morning, after it had got into difficulty in stormy weather.
A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) has been announced for a helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland in 2013 that caused the deaths of four people.
A north charity has launched its programme for Shetland Boat Week.
A 42-year-old man was this morning airlifted from an offshore supply vessel after experiencing cardiac difficulties.
A fishing vessel was taken safely to shore with the help of a local lifeboat off Shetland.
The current library in Lerwick could become the new home for council meetings if lending services move back to their old building a stone’s throw away at Hillhead.
A rescue operation was launched yesterday morning after a fishing vessel reported it was taking in water near to St Ninian’s Isle off Shetland.
D-Day 75th anniversary: ‘You were too busy to be frightened. You had your job to do and you just got on with it.’
Geordie Mainland was just 19 years old when he led allied troops through the German minefields on the approach to Normandy's beaches.
A woman who stole a child’s photo from a house and created a disturbance on a public bus has been remanded in custody.
A north-east charity is holding an event to thank its army of helpers, as part of National Volunteers’ Week.